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202 Glen Osmond Rd
Fullarton SA 5063


Phone: (08) 8330 4402
Fax: (08) 8274 6000
ndlr2014@arinex.com.au

Co Chairs:

Professor Tom Gonda
Tom Gonda
School of Pharmacy
University of Queensland
Brisbane, Australia
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Assoc. Professor Devinder Gill

Director of Clinical Haematology
Princess Alexandra Hospital
Brisbane, Australia
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Welcome

 

 

Invitation

The Scientific and Organising Committees would like to invite you to be a part of the 5th New Directions in Leukaemia Research (NDLR) meeting that will be held on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia from Sunday March 30th to Wednesday April 2nd 2014.

The over-arching goal of the NDLR series of meetings is to bring together scientists and clinicians to discuss and debate current concepts in our understanding of the molecular basis of leukaemia, emerging paradigms and breakthroughs at the forefronts of leukaemia research, and new therapies emerging in the clinic.

The NDLR series of meetings has established an international reputation for bringing together both early-career investigators and senior scientists from Australia and overseas who employ a broad range of tools, reagents and approaches covering all aspects of molecular and cellular biology. Leukaemia research has undergone an unprecedented revolution in recent years promising a real and significant impact in the clinic. The NDLR Conference is the only biennial series of international meetings focused on leukaemia and therefore offers a unique opportunity for scientists and clinicians to keep pace with such a rapidly evolving field.

We look forward to having you participate in NDLR2014.

Professor Tom Gonda (co-chairs)
Associate Professor Devinder Gill (co-chairs)

 

Important dates:

 

Tuesday 8th October 2013 Early Bird Registration opens

Tuesday 8th October 2013 Abstract Submission opens

Monday 24th February 2014 Early Bird Registration closes